Bret Hart pours cold water on recent rumors that he may be targeted AEW in the near future.
Bret Hart, as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time, is no surprise being a hero to many in All Elite Wrestling. People like CM Punk and FTR have expressed their feelings about The Hitman many times in the past.
During the last few episodes of the AEW show, some hints were dropped that might indicate that the technical wizard is on its way to Tony Khan’s company.
It all started when FTR fired Tully Blanchard as their manager. The Young Bucks say that the former AEW Tag Team champions could get a new manager ‘who’s best there’, although that won’t matter in their rematch.
During Dax Harwood’s match with CM Punk on last week’s Dynamite, the old one locked in a sniper rifle has been referred to by AEW commentators as the Death Scorpion in the past. However, the name Jim Ross removed Bret Hart and called the action a sniper.
Cash Wheeler cut a behind-the-scenes promo with a pink background and noted that his partner struggled ‘from the heart’ in another key hint.
“Go there and do what?” [H/T POST Wrestling]
Hart appears to have kept the crate lid on when revealing any details about the move to All Elite Wrestling. While it is possible that a move has occurred on the cards, it is also possible that nothing has been finalized yet and Hart does not want undue attention.
Bret Hart appeared in AEW before
Former member of the Hart Foundation who previously appeared in All Elite Wrestling.
In May 2019, the company introduced its first pay-per-view Double or Nothing. To everyone’s surprise, Hitman stepped out to present the Global Wrestling World Championship.
Tony Khan partnered with the Owen Hart Foundation to honor the memory of the late legend with tournaments for both boys and girls. The matches will begin soon, and if Hitman shows up again in AEW, there couldn’t be a better time.
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